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Used Suzuki SWIFT Up to 999 cc car for Sale

Ads posted, Sunday 22nd May


Is the Suzuki Swift a good car?

The Suzuki Swift got a score of 4/5 in the review of .
Read more about the Suzuki Swift safety, comfort and performance ratings on the Gumtree.com Suzuki Swift review page.

What is the best year for a second-hand Suzuki Swift?

Most people who are looking for a second-hand Suzuki Swift look for one from 2008, 2018 and 2010, but the cheapest years on Gumtree from which you can pick a Suzuki Swift include 2000, 2005 and 2006.

What are the most expensive colours for Suzuki Swift cars? Which are the most popular colours?

As far as colours go for Suzuki Swift cars currently for sale on Gumtree, the two most expensive are blue and silver. The three most popular shades of a Suzuki Swift are burgundy, white and black.

What is the average mileage on Suzuki Swift cars?

On Gumtree, Suzuki Swift cars have an average of 50,569 miles on the clock. To give you a guide on pricing, you can expect to pay around £7,430 for an average Suzuki Swift on our site.

What are the most popular body types for Suzuki Swift cars?

The most popular body types for a Suzuki Swift are sports, hatchback and convertible. The cheapest body type for a Suzuki Swift is a hatchback, offering the best value for money.

Which transmission options are available on Suzuki Swift cars?

The most common transmission option available on a Suzuki Swift currently listed on Gumtree is manual. Sellers are listing manual Suzuki Swift cars at a cost of £7,176 on average, whereas automatics generally go for an average price of £10,580.

What's the average mileage on a used 2020 Suzuki Swift car?

On Gumtree, the average mileage on a used 2020 Suzuki Swift car is 10,716 miles. You can currently expect to pay around £14,364 for a used 2020 model near you.

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